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Dow Jones Industrial Average (^DJI)

DJI - DJI Delayed Price. Currency in USD
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19,249.23-2.55 (-0.01%)
As of 9:43 AM EST. Market open.
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Previous Close19,251.78
Day's Range19,229.83 - 19,256.84
52 Week Range15,450.56 - 19,274.85
Avg. Volume102,597,187
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